It's a time to focus on you; if your spouse is not deployed and your kids are not under 5. Of course, you should still make time to focus on you but it's harder. However, the Coronavirus can be scary and it's turning everyone's world upside down. We can look at this as a time… Continue reading Coronavirus: A Time to Focus on You
Bury St. Edmonds is a beautiful town that has lots of shopping options without being too big or busy like Cambridge or London. The Abbey is here which has links to the Manga Carta. Charles Dickens spent a lot of time in this town. He frequently stayed at the Angel Hotel pictured below. Let's find… Continue reading A Visit to Bury St. Edmunds
This post include a sponsored link that I have approve of and trust. This is at no extra cost to you unless you choose to purchase the product. I'm excited to announce that I'm working with Kidvelope to showcase their awesome products to help keep family and friends connected even if they are geographically separated.… Continue reading 5 Ideas to Connect Military Brats with Loved Ones
Thanksgiving is coming up! I went to some of my milspo friends to see what they are thankful for. Check out the article to see their confessions!
Many times there can be confusion about the difference between Veterans Day and Memorial Day. Both days are very important both they highlight different types of sacrifice. There are some holidays you may not have even heard of like Armed Forces Day. This article is for you if you want clarification as to what they… Continue reading Ultimate Guide to Holidays Honoring Military
Being a military spouse, moving constantly can affect your ability to hold a job for a long period of time or stay at one college. This however is why spouses are more inclined to seek higher education to help make themselves more marketable and possibly move into more portable careers. Here are some ideas on… Continue reading How to Get a Degree or Certification as a Military Spouse
The holidays can be a hectic time of year and even more so when you're PCSing. We've traveled on New Years' Day ourselves so I'll share some of the things we've experienced and learned from. Things May be Closed It's important to note that many of the places you need to go to, to get… Continue reading PCSing Over the Holidays
Photo by Helena Lopes on Pexels.com The first thing they need to do is if they have a loan against their Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) account, make sure it is paid off. If that is covered, now they have one of three options as long as they have $200 in their TSP account. Keep It… Continue reading What Happens to TSP When My Spouse Gets Out?
Note that I'm not a counselor. This article is just providing you the information on where you can get help. If you feel like you might harm yourself right now, reach out to the resources below: Military Crisis Line (1-800-273-8255 and Press 1) UK specific: Samaritans 116 123 If you look at many of the… Continue reading Let’s Talk Mental Health Resources
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com There has been a delay but I finally back to writing my "What does That Mean?" Series. I'm currently working with fellow military spouse and veteran bloggers to write on behalf of the other services because I definitely don't speak Army or Navy! My hope is this article will give… Continue reading What Does That Mean? Air Force Installation Agencies and Facilities